Since that time the Centre has prepared some crucial regional development documents, above all the development strategy Zasavje 2000+ and the Regional Development Plan for the period of 2001–2006. It has initiated several development mechanisms aimed at the promotion of human resources, economy and environment and established good relations with similar development institutions all over Europe. Its goal is to be one of the crucial co-creators of an open and modern region. The Centre deals primarily with issues related to human resources, economy, environment and spatial planning, which in this region is related mostly to coal mining and energy resources. In the year 2001 RDC prepared the Zasavje-Ireland Meeting and Business Conference, which resulted in the signed Agreement on further economic and cultural co-operation between the Zasavje region and two Irish regions - Shannon and the Moy Valley.
RDC Zasavje has well-established connections with numerous development institutions from the countries of southeastern Europe (eg it signed an agreement pledging further co-operation with Croatian region of Istria). The Centre also foresees opportunities in the organisation of international business conferences. Due to its geographical position and good relations with many countries, it could play an important role as a bridge connecting current and future EU members.
Regional centre for development has its own art collection and presents artworks from different authors which includes numerous artworks of the well known Slovenian academic painter Nikolaj Beer and a statue named Sejalec (Sower) that was created by the Slovenian academic sculptor Irena Brunec and is exhibited in front of their building. They are also owners of many paintings that were made in the oldest art colony Izlake-Zagorje.